Was the rise of robots simply a coincidental accident? The labor shortage is fueling a rise in robots and employers replace human beings with robotic counterparts that won’t need a paycheck in exchange for their work.
Employees walked away from their jobs in record numbers in September, according to a report by Bloomberg. A Reuters article out the same day then showed that North American companies added a record number of robots this year to bolster assembly lines, in a bid to alleviate the well-chronicled labor crunch. Oddly enough, Yahoo News put two and two together on this one, but the article reads like a coincidence rather than stating that this was by design by rulers who seek totalitarian domination over the rest of us.
As we descend into a dystopia that most are unwilling to break free from, the robots are taking over.
Citing data from the Association for Advancing Automation, Reuters pointed out that industrial firms rang up nearly $1.5 billion worth of robots (29,000 to be exact) — a whopping 37% more than the comparable period in 2020. Separately, Google Cloud research in June showed that two-thirds of manufacturers using artificial intelligence (AI) are relying more heavily on it. –Yahoo News
Eventually, human beings will evolve beyond committing atrocities against each other as their morality increased with their conscious evolution. So the rulers are going to need to keep us in line somehow. What better way than with a machine that has no consciousness?
The robots will have a fatal flaw that could be a huge problem considering these are coming from large corporations fully in bed with the ruling class. Even Yahoo admitted that given that there’s simply no equivalent for uniquely human qualities like empathy and situational judgment, robots will have zero morality and adhere to little when it comes to compassionate responses.
Are we looking at dystopian future full of robot overlords? Who knows. Only time will tell.
A great documentary on this potential automation was done by Truth Stream Media and called Obsolete.
We’re told the future doesn’t need us. With the rise of technology, humans will have to be very clever – and very careful – not to be left behind, because human labor is rapidly losing its value. Is this the real motivation behind a secretive effort to reduce population and centralize control? Maybe the biggest threat we face isn’t just automation, but the risk that humans are becoming obsolete. –Obsolete documentary description